I came to St Peter's while attending a conference in Oxford, and chose the College from the organisers' website. My room, however, turned out not to be at St Peter's main premises at New Inn Hall Street, but at a remote Annexe, and by the time I'd lugged my luggage there, I was feeling fairly worn. There was absolutely no signage in the street to identify the Annexe. The room was fairly startling too. No fridge of any kind, no electric kettle, not even a cup or glass. And no guide in the rooms to any of the facilities in the building. Fortunately, I'd brought a plastic mug with me, but I had to go out to buy a kettle at Debenhams. The fun started when I came back from dinner. The electronic key I'd received from the Porter, while it was still opening the gate, would not open the door to the building, and I had to traipse back to the Lodge to seek assistance. A porter came back with me, verified that his master key would not work, and went back to seek an over-ride tool. That did not work either, but another resident heard our knocking and opened the door manually from the inside. Clearly some systemic issues to address here. In the meantime, St Peter's is probably a College better avoided.
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